Bki810 pc motherboard diagram

February 23, 2011 at 12:19:20
Specs: Windows XP
I need the motherboad diagram of the PC BOOK Bki810 and the jumpers options.

Much obliged.


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February 23, 2011 at 12:33:47
Google is your friend. The link below was the third listing on the first page. Download the manual from that link.


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February 23, 2011 at 12:59:04
Manual bki810

The contents are *.doc files
Must be viewed in Microsoft Word, or another program that can read greater than Word 6 *.doc files.
Some of them will not read properly in Wordpad, at least not the Wordpad included in 98SE (it supports Word 6 *.doc files).

If you can't read some of them,you can get the free Word reader from the Microsoft web site in the MS Office support pages.
If you're using an older operating system that isn't supported by the Word reader, there may be still be older versions of the Word reader on the web - I have some of the older versions on my computer that work with 98SE and could supply you with the file names.

Bki810 was made by Hsing Tech and sold under their own retail brand name PCChips, and also sold wholesale by them to other brand name vendors - e.g. Amptron (website is gone), ECS (they no longer have info about models this old) Patriot (website is probably gone).

The Revision (Rev) number of the mboard is printed directly onto the surface of the mboard.
Revision 1.6 of the mboard uses the Intel i810 chipset and revision 3.0 uses the Intel i810E chipset (in Bki810E)

Manual bki810e
bki810e73.zip is here:

Bios updates
for bki810 and bki810e here:

In most cases, the bios updates for mboards made by Hsing Tech are identical no matter which brand name the mboard (or PC Book) was sold under.
Amptron did have a few that were patched.

DO NOT flash the bios unless you find specific info in release notes (those MAY be in the downloads) that it can be used on you specific mboard.

There is probably NO bios update that can make the main chipset recognize hard drives larger than 137gb (= 128gb in the bios and in the operating system).

There's no such thing as a bios update that can make the i810or i810E main chipset recognize ram modules larger than it could originally recognize.

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February 23, 2011 at 23:02:59
Thank you all for prompt replies and helpful content of same.

Kind regards.

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February 24, 2011 at 06:40:43
Thanks for the Thank you.

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